The Look Back: BU slides past UMass ahead of Beanpot Tournament

A three-point night from freshman forward Clayton Keller was the difference on Friday, as the No. 3 Boston University men’s hockey team skated past the University of Massachusetts at home. The final scoreline was 3-1 in favor of the Terriers, with the Arizona Coyotes first rounder snagging a goal and two assists. Dante Fabbro, a … Read more

Video: Players and coaches react to BU’s win over Union

Here are videos of interviews following BU’s 5-4 win over Union. The one with Coach Quinn was cut short to conduct an interview with Doyle Somerby outside of the Terriers’ locker room. David Quinn: Bobo Carpenter and Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson Union’s Rick Bennett  

Second half of BU’s 2016-17 season brings about cautious optimism

The New Year often brings about new goals, a new perspective on the ebbs and flows of life. For the No. 5 Boston University men’s hockey team, 2017 ushers in two things: the 2016-17 season’s second half and an unwavering outlook. That’s right – poke around Agganis Arena, the Terriers’ sanctuary, and the same laser-focused rhetoric … Read more

Three Thoughts: BU’s split with Vermont

The No. 5 Boston University men’s hockey team traveled to Gutterson Fieldhouse for a pair of games against No. 12 Vermont last weekend, falling 4-2 in Friday’s tilt before cruising to a 4-0 win on Saturday. A lot happened in the last series of 2016. Let’s take a look at the positives and negatives from … Read more

Pluses and Minuses: Carpenter, Maguire carry Terriers in playoff-opening victory

The University of Massachusetts Amherst gave the No. 9 Boston University men’s hockey team quite the challenge in the first game of the Hockey East Tournament, pushing BU into an overtime contest. Ultimately, though, the Terriers earned a 2-1 victory to take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three series at Agganis Arena on Friday night. … Read more

Pluses and Minuses: Terriers use late comeback to tie Cornell at Red Hot Hockey

NEW YORK — It doesn’t count as more than a tie in the standings, but David Quinn and his bunch might be feeling as if they were winners in this one. Trailing by two goals after two periods, the No. 11 Boston University men’s hockey team rallied for three goals in the third period to finish … Read more

Odds and Ends: Playing catch-up

Hey folks. Did you miss us? We certainly missed you! The past week we’ve had issues with our entire website, which stemmed from our old host. Essentially, the only way to fix this was by switching to a new host. Given the volume of content on the dailyfreepress.com domain, transferring all of the information from … Read more